How to Destroy Your Rapport with Your Students


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I know there are teachers out there who insist that it’s important to have a good rapport with your students. They say that a good rapport can be the difference between a class that is out-of-control and one that respects and listens to you. Or that once you develop a good rapport with a student, you may be amazed how dedicated and loyal they become.

But I’m just not sure I believe them. I think a good rapport is extremely overrated. And furthermore, it just might be something you need to avoid at all cost.

To that end, I’ve provided you with 7 easy ways that you can destroy any rapport you might have built up with your students.

If you want to develop rapport with your students, don't do this :)

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Linda Kardamis

I believe that when God calls us to teach, He promises the strength & wisdom to do it well. All we need to do is keep learning, growing, and depending on Him. I'm here to provide practical advice and Biblical encouragement so you'll have the confidence and perspective to not only inspire your students but reach their hearts as well.

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